Boys Basketball Roundup: UV, BG, Greene, GMU, Oxford
Published: January 6th, 2022
By: Patrick Newell

Boys basketball roundup: UV, BG, Greene, GMU, Oxford


Bobcats use big third quarter in road win over UV

Bainbridge-Guilford 51, Unadilla Valley 35

NEW BERLIN – Bainbridge-Guilford won its third game in as many Midstate Athletic Conference outings breaking open a tie game with UV in the third quarter.

Ilias Wilson scored all six of his points in the third, while James Hogroian and David Emerson chipped in with threes to open a 40-25 lead entering the fourth.

"The third quarter was the difference," said B-G coach Kevin Wehrli, whose club improved to 3-5 overall. "It was truly an inspired effort coming out of halftime. The players made a conscious and committed effort at the defensive end."

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Emerson finished with 15 points and seven rebounds, and Connor Vredenburgh added 14 points and seven boards. Wilson chipped in with six assists.

Zach Smith scored 17 points to top UV (1-7).

Six from Wilson in the third, Hogroian and Emerson hit 3s broke away from a 22-22 halftime tie

B-G (3-5):  Isaac Seiler 3, David Emerson 15, James Hogroian 6, Ilias Wilson 6, Owen Brown 4, Ethan Gregory 3, Connor Vredenburgh 14. Totals:  FG-21, FT 3-9-51.

UV (1-7):  Mitchell Thompson 2, Colin Gilbert 8, Zach Smith 17, Trason Murray 5, Kaden Butts 3. Totals:  FG-13, FT 6-10-35

Score by quarters

B-G  13  9  18  11--51

UV  11  11  3   10--35

Three-point goals:  Bainbridge-Guilford 6 (Emerson 3, Hogroian 2, Seiler) Unadilla Valley 3 (Smith 2, Murray)

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Sidney 52, Oxford 47

OXFORD – Sidney's

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 Alec Fogarty carried the bulk of the offensive load in the second half lifting his club to a five-point win at Oxford on Wednesday.

Fogarty had 17 of his 25 points after halftime.

"We got an early lead, and then they started knocking down shots, and ours weren't going in," said Oxford coach Booker Davis. "Fogarty played a really good game. He had a lot drives to the basket to get fouls."

Ethan Fleury had 16 points for Oxford (1-8), and David Tucker also reached double figures scoring with 10.

Sidney: Alec Fogarty 25, Chris Frederik 10, Chris Moreno 3, Dony Morris 4, Carmen Russo 1, Cam Harris 7, Cam Sawdy 2. Totals:  FG-20, FT 9-16-52.

Oxford (1-8):  John Rovente 2, Ethan Fleury 16, Ethan Ehly 5, Donovan Rickard 6, David Tucker 10, Troy Simpson 8. Totals: FG-18, FT 6-16-47.

Score by quarters

Sidney   8   16   14  14--52

Oxford   11  12  7  17--47

Three-point goals:  Oxford 5 (Fleury 3, Simpson 2). Sidney 3 (Frederik, Moreno, Harris)

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G-MU 53, Greene 45

COPES CORNERS - A wild, high-scoring fourth quarter concluded with G-MU prevailing over Greene in a non-league matchup on Tuesday night.

The Raiders held a slim 25-23 lead after three quarters as neither team found much success from the field or the free throw line.

The Raiders more than doubled their total output over the final eight minutes putting 28 points on the board, which was keyed by 15-of-21 free throw shooting.

Dalton Proskine and Dylan McVey each scored 10 points in the final quarter for G-MU.

Greene's Bill Dunlap came alive in the final quarter scoring 14 of his team-high 18 points.  The Trojans, though, were hurt by a collective 9-of-25 shooting from the free throw line.

All six of Greene's threes in the second half. Dunlap 14 in the fourth quarter, 15-21 FT in the fourth quarter for G-MU. Proskine 10 in the fourth, McVey also 10 in the fourth for G-MU

Greene (2-3):  Liam Flanagan 4, Joel Vielandi 10, T. Brown 1, J. Gibbs 4, T. Ketcham 1, Jesse Ledford 7, Bill Dunlap 18. Totals:  FG-15, FT 9-25-45.

G-MU:  Dylan McVey 19, Noah Pain 6, Devin Hartwell 7, Dalton Proskine 17, Brian Wilson 4. Totals:  FG-17, FT 16-27-53

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Score by quarters

Greene  5   5  13  22-45

G-MU  10  11  4  28--53

Three-point goals: Greene 6 ( Dunlap 3, Vielandi 2, Flanagan) G-MU 3 ( McVey, Hartwell, Pain)

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Delhi 70, Greene 14

DELHI - Delhi remained unbeaten against Midstate Athletic Conference competition rolling past Greene (2-4) on Wednesday.

After a tepid first quarter, the Bulldogs ramped op the offense in the second eight minutes outscoring the Trojans 26-3.

Owen Haight had 10 points in the second for Delhi, and Luke Schnabel scored 18. Schnabel led the Bulldogs with 18 points, and Haight finished with 16.

Greene was held to just one field goal in each of the last three quarters.

Greene (2-4): Liam Flanagan 2, Joel Vielandi 3, Terriek Brown 2, J. Gibbs 5, B. Dunlap 2. Totals:  FG-6, FT 1-3-14.

Delhi: Jeryd Cheshire 7, T. Bracey 2, Luke Schnabel 18, Owen Haight 16, Zach Finch 2, Logan Nealis 2, Angelo Krzyston 11, Kenny Rasmussen 4, Luke Sanford 8.  Totals:  FG-31, FT 5-6-70.

Score by quarters

Greene. 7  3  2  2--14

Delhi  16 26  13 15-70

Three-point goals:  Greene 1 (Vielandi). Delhi 3 (Schnabel 2, Cheshire).